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9 Tips For Healthy Holiday Eating

The holidays are approaching quickly. As we begin to prepare, it is important that we find ways to eat healthy foods during this time. If we only eat sweet foods and yummy treats, we can easily gain weight, and find ourselves feeling sick. To help you avoid the sugar-rush of the holidays, here are nine tips […]

Where to Go for Health Problems

We all like being happy and healthy, but sometimes things go wrong with our bodies. We can feel sick or tired, we can get cuts, and be in pain. When problems like this happen, where is the best place to go for help? There are many places you can go for care. There are community […]

Why You Should Get Flu Shots

As the school year is starting and the weather gets wet and cold, many people will start to get sick. Many people will catch the flu, but you and your family can protect themselves with a flu shot. What is a Flu Shot? A flu shot is a shot that gives your body a very […]

Dental Care: Basic Information for You and Your Family

It is very important to take good care of your teeth and mouth. Doctors have learned that taking good care of your mouth by brushing and flossing properly can keep the rest of your body healthy and strong. If we don’t take care of our teeth, gums, and mouths, not only do we risk harming […]

Protecting Your Family From Whooping Cough

In 2011, many families in Snohomish County were sick with whooping cough. In April of this year, Snohomish County already had forty cases of the whooping cough. Public health officials are now warning families that the whooping cough could be back this fall. Whooping cough can be very hard for children to recover from. Parents […]

Back to School: How to Keep Your Kids Healthy This School Year

As our kids head back to school and the wet, rainy Seattle weather returns, it can seem hard to keep your kids healthy. But there are things you can do to help keep yourself and your children healthy this school year. 1. Hand Washing Wash your hands! Making sure that your kids wash their hands […]

Project Homeless Connect offers help for those in need

A “Stand Down” resource event for veterans was part of Project Homeless Connect. Coordinator John Gross said most were requesting help with housing or “access to services they don't even know about.” Counselors from Community Health Center of Snohomish County were available...

Lynnwood Clinic to open Medical Walk-In

Community Health Center of Snohomish County will be opening their first Medical Walk-In at the Lynnwood Clinic on Tuesday, May 26th. The Walk-In will be available to anyone with medical needs. Dental Walk-In services are also available at the Lynnwood Clinic.

Health District to host Mother’s Day Tea May 8

Pregnant women and mothers of young children are invited to a Mother’s Day Tea from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, May 8, at the Snohomish Health District, 3020 Rucker Ave., Everett.

Spring Into Health : Cleaning Up Your Body, Your Diet, and Your Fitness

The spring season is one of the most exciting times of year. Everywhere you look, new life is being born, plants are growing, flowers blooming, and houses are getting a good spring cleaning! But during this season where everyone is ready to clear out old socks, unread books, and cluttered messes, or to clean up […]
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